Disability Benefits in New Jersey

New Jerseyans with medical conditions that prevent them from working may qualify for Social Security disability benefits. Learn about the Garden State's disability program and how to qualify and apply for Social Security disability benefits.

For more information about the disability benefits, check out the Atticus Advice Center.


New Jersey Disability Benefits: State, Federal, and Private Programs in 2024

By Jackie Jakab | Lead Attorney

The Social Security Administration (SSA) provided disability benefits to more than 200,000 New Jersey residents in 2022.

Disability help by state

SSA Office Addresses and Phone Numbers in New Jersey

By Jackie Jakab | Lead Attorney

When you have a question for the SSA, they often suggest calling their national number, or visiting their website.

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